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Accreditation of the Career

The Career Chemistry is accredited by Consejo Nacional de la Enseñanza y del Ejercicio Profesional de las Ciencias Químicas A.C., México (CONAECQ)



Chemistry covers almost all aspects of life and our environment, because it studies the matter, its nature, properties and changes.

Upon entering the academic program of Chemistry at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, the student will understand deeply the study on the matter: from the products we use, food and drugs we take to the fuels we consume. Moreover, studying in the academic program of Chemistry, the student will able to change and improve the current situation.

The student will find not only a rich story of characters, discoveries and inventions, but a fascinating future and a career with broad development perspectives.

Following this academic program, the student will not only acquire manual skills to work in labs and use instruments, but he/she will develop a scientific criterion that will enable him/her to face problems and challenges. Moreover, the student will develop communicative skills of teamwork and search for information, and a critical and innovative capacity.

Career accreditation

The Professional Degree Title Program in Chemistry was accredited by the Consejo Nacional de la Enseñanza y del Ejercicio Profesional de las Ciencias Químicas de México (CONAECQ), for 2014- 2019 period, based on academic excellence and outstanding management.

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